At 4,867 square feet, this Westlake home had plenty of space, yet it lacked flow and functionality—top priorities for this busy family of six.

Dover Home Remodelers managed the whole-house transformation, creating a sophisticated, livable space with a modern vibe.

The Entry, Kitchen and Great Room before

The home’s existing foyer was far from inviting: The open, two-story area offered a clear view into adjoining rooms and beyond, where the absence of a design aesthetic created a choppy, fragmented feel.

Front Door Entryway - Before PhotoEntry Stairway - Before Photo

As you move into the house, the home’s biggest renovation challenge was the kitchen: The layout was awkward with all appliances clustered on one end of the room and two hallways jutting off to the side—one with a butler’s pantry, the other with a laundry room and half bath.

Kitchen with Fireplace - Before PhotoKitchen - Before Photo

Working within the existing footprint, we created a design that closed off doorways and opened up walls, giving the homeowners a large, open-concept kitchen that would flow effortlessly into the adjoining great room.

Kitchen - Before PhotoKitchen Fireplace - Before Photo

Upstairs, the cramped master bathroom was also in major need of a redesign. Plans for the updated master retreat included his-and-hers closet renovations as well as adding space to the bathroom from one of the old closets.

Shower and Tub - Before PhotoSmall Shower Stall - Before Photo

Bathroom Tub - Before PhotoDouble Vanity - Before Photo

The Entry, Kitchen and Great Room after

Starting in the entry, we installed Brazilian teakwood flooring throughout the first floor to create harmony and flow from room to room. We also revamped the curved staircase with wrought iron balusters and installed a stunning custom light fixture that sets the modern tone for the fresh new living space.

Portfolio2_13after

Portfolio2_11afterPortfolio2_12after

The new kitchen featured a complementary mix of painted and stained custom cabinetry with honed granite countertops; a custom tile backsplash; and high-end Sub-Zero® and Wolf® appliances.

Gormet Kitchen Remodel

The central island provided plenty of prep and workspace, along with seating and beautiful display cabinetry with feature lighting.

Portfolio2_5after

 

Portfolio2_6after

The two-sided, two-story fireplace was resurfaced with cultured stone and a custom mantle on the kitchen-facing facade.

Portfolio2_7after

Portfolio2_1after

Portfolio2_2afterBreathtaking Two Story Fireplace

Portfolio2_4after


Master Bathroom after

To create a true master retreat, space from one of the master closets was added to the bath and the his-and-hers closets were reconfigured with custom appointments. For additional storage, we added a second large closet in the adjacent bonus room.

Updated Bathroom Soaking Tub

Custom Built-in Double Vanity

Now with a larger bathroom footprint, we eliminated the small stall shower and created a grand shower “room” with a wet and dry area—a space so large it doesn’t require a door. The shower features multiple shower heads and gorgeous custom tile work; a glass arch on the backside overlooks the soaking tub.

Tiled Shower Room and Soaking Tub

Portfolio2_14afterPortfolio2_15after


A Cohesive Living Space

In the end, every inch of the home was renovated: A second fireplace in the hearth room was also resurfaced with cultured stone; in the den, new built-in custom cabinetry is as beautiful as it is functional; the half bathrooms were all updated; and we installed new carpet and paint throughout for a clean, sleek look that pulls the whole-house renovation together, with stunning effect.

Portfolio2_10after

Updated Family Room with Custome Entertainment Center DisplayPortfolio2_8after

Portfolio2_9after

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Save

Thanks to Our Partners

US Marble and Granite Custom Surfaces & Cabinetry Logo4b-woodCleveland Plumbing Supply Logo   Green Impressions Landscaping Logo
Timan Custom Window Treatments LogoprocaccinistewartsWhitmer's Lighting Logo

Save

e-newsletter
Fields marked with an * are required